Motivating others has always been difficult. That’s true whether it comes to employees, vendors, our children, colleagues—or even ourselves for that matter.
Author Andrew Syrios
A single fatal flaw can turn a seemingly solid rental into a cash pit. Not all of these red flags are deal breakers—but each should be weighed carefully.
Turn decision making into a routine, systematized, or delegated process whenever possible to maximize your success. Here are five ways.
The tendency is to ask, “What do I want?” I want to buy a property. I want to get a great tenant. This is, of course, the wrong way to look at things.
Tough conversations are easy to avoid, but avoiding them will make you far worse off. It’s better to have them now and approach them professionally.
We can’t know when the next financial crisis, recession, or drop in real estate will be. The important thing is to be ready. Here’s one option to consider.
To truly understand a neighborhood you’re considering investing in, you have to analyze it at a much closer level than zip codes. This technology can help.
There are tons of different calculations that can be used to evaluate real estate deals. Here are some tools to help you understand which to use when.
In the commercial space? You should strongly consider pursuing a CCIM. It will add to your credibility and provide networking opportunities as well.
Despite what many of us math-allergic folk would prefer, real estate does involve some math. Luckily, most of the formulas are simple and straight-forward.
If you really want to increase your property’s value, you’re going to have to get creative! Try these outside-the-box improvements [pics included!].
The key is to desire the path, not the outcome. There is no destination of “success” in life, just as there is no destination of being a “nonsmoker.”
How I became my best self (in my real estate business and my personal life) by taking risks and living life to the fullest, free from worry and self doubt.